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Dr Davina Camargo Madeira Simoes

Assistant Professor

Department: Applied Sciences

Davina Camargo Madeira Simoes

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  • An integrin axis induces IFN-β production in plasmacytoid dendritic cells, Camargo Madeira Simoes, D., Paschalidis, N., Kourepini, E., Panoutsakopoulou, V. 25 Jul 2022, In: Journal of Cell Biology
  • Effects of cycling intensity on acute signaling adaptations to 8-weeks concurrent training in trained cyclists, Jones, T., Eddens, L., Kupusarevic, J., Camargo Madeira Simoes, D., Furber, M., Van Someren, K., Howatson, G. 23 Mar 2022, In: Frontiers in Physiology
  • Aerobic exercise intensity does not affect the anabolic signaling following resistance exercise in endurance athletes, Jones, T., Eddens, L., Kupusarevic, J., Camargo Madeira Simoes, D., Fuber, M., Van Someren, K., Howatson, G. Dec 2021, In: Scientific Reports
  • Cigarette smoking induced decrease in fibronectin and COL1A1 in locomotor muscle in a guinea pig COPD model, Kritikaki, E., Peinado, V., Barbera, J., Barreiro, E., Padget, K., C M Simoes, D. 1 Sep 2021, Proceedings 2021 International Sarcopenia Translational Research Conference, Athens, Greece, Hylonome Publications
  • Exercise Training-Induced Extracellular Matrix Protein Adaptation in Locomotor Muscles: A Systematic Review, Kritikaki, E., Asterling, R., Ward, L., Padget, K., Barreiro, E., Camargo Madeira Simoes, D. 26 Apr 2021, In: Cells
  • Osteopontin drives KRAS-mutant lung adenocarcinoma, Giopanou, I., Kanellakis, N., Giannou, A., Lilis, I., Marazioti, A., Spella, M., Papaleonidopoulos, V., Simoes, D., Zazara, D., Agalioti, T., Moschos, C., Magkouta, S., Kalomenidis, I., Panoutsakopoulou, V., Lamort, A., Stathopoulos, G., Psallidas, I. 1 Aug 2020, In: Carcinogenesis
  • Menstrual cycle-associated modulations in neuromuscular function and fatigability of the knee extensors in eumenorrheic women, Ansdell, P., Brownstein, C., Škarabot, J., Hicks, K., Simoes, D., Thomas, K., Howatson, G., Hunter, S., Goodall, S. 1 Jun 2019, In: Journal of Applied Physiology
  • Can muscle protein metabolism be specifically targeted by exercise training in COPD?, C M Simoes, D., Vogiatzis, I. 26 May 2018, In: Journal of Thoracic Disease
  • Osteopontin Promotes Protective Antigenic Tolerance against Experimental Allergic Airway Disease, Alissafi, T., Kourepini, E., Simoes, D., Paschalidis, N., Aggelakopoulou, M., Sparwasser, T., Boon, L., Hammad, H., Lambrecht, B., Panoutsakopoulou, V. 15 Feb 2018, In: The Journal of Immunology
  • ERb-Dependent Direct Suppression of Human and MurineTh17 Cells and Treatment of Established Central NervousSystem Autoimmunity by a Neurosteroid, Kourepini, E., Aggelakopoulou, M., Paschalidis, N., Camargo Madeira Simoes, D., Kalavrizioti, D., Dimisianos, N., Papathanasopoulos, P., Mouzaki, A., Panoutsakopoulou, V. 1 Oct 2016, In: The Journal of Immunology

Efpraxia Kritikaki Investigating the role of extracellular matrix proteins in peripheral skeletal muscle adaptation in COPD patients Start Date: 01/10/2019

PhD August 01 1997


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